In this new installment of Finding a Voice that aired Friday, August 16th, from 4-6pm EDT on CFRC 101.9fm You’ll hear in the first hour, from the Sunday, June 30th second afternoon session of the second day of a 3-day annual poetry festival, Poets @ Artfest V, you’ll hear readings by Colleen Lyons, Nathalie Sorensen, and Tara Kainer.In the second hour, and moving into the third session on the second day of that festival, you’ll hear readings by Krista Asselstine, Dale Tracy, Allison Casteels, and Michael e. Casteels.
No words! NO WORDS! Instrumentals rule the day on WAFFLES! this week, with everything from usually-no-words music (classical, jazz) to usually-words music (Neil Young through the Pogues) holding down two hours of stellar tunes. WAFFLES theme :: Teen Titans Tanti anni prima :: Geir Draugsvoll & Mette Rasmussen Confessions Pt. II :: BADBADNOTGOOD Ki-Gen :: DJ Krush & Toshinori Kondo The Emperor of Wyoming :: Neil Young When It’s Gone, It’s Gone :: Bruce Cockburn Flametop Green :: Daniel Lanois Let’s Go Away for a While :: The Beach Boys Reverends Revenge :: The Housemartins Metropolis :: The Pogues Apache :: Incredible Bongo Band Groovin’ with Mr Bloe :: Mr Bloe fife’n’drums :: Rhythm & Truth Brass Band Dusty Moog :: Amplified Pale Forms Run By :: Amon Tobin Lift Yr Skinny Fists Like Antennae :: Godspeed You! Black Emperor Sleepwalk :: Jeff Beck Meet Me in the Basement :: Broken Social Scene Is This Music? :: Teenage Fanclub Humanistic Center :: Afrikan Sciences Temperance :: North Atlantic Drift Shining Star :: Cory Weeds Horripilation :: Do Make Say Think ::
In this episode of Life of Kingston, host Michael Assheton-Smith continues with part 2 of his segment with Wolfe Island Music Festival artists. This episode features an interview with Polaris Prize nominated artist Charlotte Cornfield about her latest LP, The Shape of Your Name. After this, Michael talks with Lauren Allen and Nathan Coppens who are performing their play, In Ireland We Rented A Car From Criminals, as part of the Storefront Fringe Festival.
In this episode of Life of Kingston, Michael Assheton-Smith spotlights Wolfe Island Music Festival artists in this first of a 2 part segment. He chats with Emilie Steele of Emilie Steele and the Deal, who talks about her most recent EP as well as the importance of the festival. After this, he also chats with Liam Karry who is the Creative Director of the Kick & Push festival, which showcases amazing theatrical talent in Kingston.
In this episode of Life of Kingston, host Michael Assheton-Smith visits Confederation Park to witness some of the talent and entertainment that Kingston Buskers Rendezvous brought into town. Afterwards, he talkswith Chef Stev George of Olivea in advance of his chef cooking demo in Market Square on July 13.
In this episode of Life of Kingston, host Michael Assheton Smith went to City Park where ArtsFest Kingston was hosted. Lori MacDonald speaks about its progression over the past couple years. After that, Michael brought in two performers from Cirque Du Soleil to talk about their upcoming show, CRYSTAL.
In this episode of Life of Kingston, host Michael Assheton-Smith went down to the Skeleton Park Arts Festival and talked with some community organizers about what their passions are in the Kingston community. Afterwards, he talks with Emily Pelstring about her exhibit at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre – Any Saint.
In this episode of Life of Kingston, host Michael Assheton-Smith talks with Ruth Wood of Kingston Pride about the past, present and future of Pride in Kingston. Later, he interviews Neil Orford, who is a renowned historian and educator promoting a touring exhibit called “Struggle Without Rest”, which focuses on the Spanish Flu’s role in Canadian history.
Broadcasted on Friday, August 9th, from 4-6pm EDT on CFRC 101.9fm‘s ‘finding a voice’, in this episode you’ll hear great works from the June 29th fifth and final session of the first day of a 3-day annual poetry festival, Poets @ Artfest V, you’ll hear a reading by Honey Novick. Moving into the second day of the festival you’ll hear a book launch reading by Bruce Kauffman that morning, and then a reading by Elizabeth Greene in the first full round that afternoon.In the second hour, from again the June 30th first full afternoon session of that festival, you’ll hear readings by Carole TenBrink, and Susan Gillis. Following them, from the second session, you’ll then hear a reading by John Steffler.
Susan Bazelely, PhD Candidate (Geography and Planning) and co-Coordinator of Kington’s Lower Burial Ground Restoration Society joins us in studio. She sheds light on her research and the work students and community volunteers are doing in the dark recesses underneath St. Paul’s Anglican Church in order to clean up and restore monuments and grave markers in Ontario’s oldest Anglican cemetery.